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US maintains restrictions on European travel amid virus surge
Can I get a seat on the train? Google Maps crowding predictions expand
Germany mulls restrictions for unvaccinated people if COVID cases rise
Lebanon's hospitals fear new COVID wave as economy begins to collapse
On Friday the UN warned that clean water may soon no longer be available for more than four million people. The government is so cash-strapped it's struggling to run both water and power plants.
Russia sends aid to Cuba amid rise in COVID-19 cases
Russia said it had sent two planes full of humanitarian aid to Cuba, which is suffering from a rise in COVID-19 cases.
Why we should start travelling again as soon as we feel comfortable
Travel writer Mark Bibby Jackson explains why the global tourism sector needs us in order to survive.
Delta variant of COVID-19 now dominant in Europe, says WHO
The World Health Organization has said that the Delta variant of COVID-19 is now dominant in much of the European Region and has urged governments to step up vaccination programmes.
'Fooled by disinformation': Vaccine protests at Slovak parliament
Opposition politicians spoke with the crowds, who were protesting new rules exempting people who have been vaccinated against coronavirus from some restrictions.
Let the Games begin! Tokyo 2020 kicks off with manga-inspired ceremony
The 11,000 athletes have been waiting for a year but stepped out on Friday into a near-empty stadium.
UK eases isolation rules for critical workers as shops run out of food
It comes after more than 600,000 people were asked to self-isolate in the week to July 14 after coming into contact with a person who tested positive.
New Zealand suspends travel bubble with Australia
Italy to roll out COVID health pass for bars, restaurants and museums
It comes as the number of COVID-19 cases across Italy crossed the 5,000 mark on Thursday for the first time since May 21.
Man avoids travel restrictions by dressing up as his wife
Greece: Police break up protesters against new vaccine law
UK border staff not checking COVID tests for green and amber arrivals
Brexit and COVID combine to leave supermarket shelves empty in the UK
How can Europe’s start-ups rise above the post-COVID economic crisis?
Expert view: How the Delta variant has 'changed the game' in Europe
France now in 4th wave of COVID due to Delta cases soaring, says PM
Big Brother at the beach: Drones helping to enforce social distancing
Belgrade residents tell rights court of nightlife noise 'torture'
Residents of the city's commercial areas have complained for years about deafening noise from bars, discos and night clubs. Faced with inaction from authorities, some citizen' associations have turned to the European Court of Human Rights.
Two convicted of setting fire to Dutch COVID-19 test centre
India's COVID death toll 'could be 10 times the official count'
France rolls out health pass as COVID-19 infections surge
Véran attributed the rise to the Delta variant, which was first detected in India.
European travel demand drives easyJet summer comeback
The budget airline plans to reach 60 per cent of its pre-pandemic capacity this summer, as demand for travel rises.
Dutch authorities defend COVID-19 test system despite security flaw
'Hateful': French vaccine protesters condemned for Nazi comparison